Song Lyrics From Around The World

Home | Email Us | 0-9 | A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z | Christmas | Soundtracks | Web Hosting with TotalChoice

big text small text home back forward print

THE ROSE OF NO MAN'S LAND (Jack Caddigan / James A. Brennan) William Thomas - 1916 Henry Burr - 1918 Charles Hart - 1919 Hugh Donovan (a.k.a. Charles Harrison) - 1919 I've seen some beautiful flowers Grow in life's garden fair I've spent some wonderful hours Lost in their fragrance rare But I have found another Wondrous beyond compare.... There's a rose that grows in no-man's land And it's wonderful to see Though its sprayed with tears, it will live for years In my garden of memory It's the one red rose the soldier knows It's the work of the Master's hand 'Neath the War's great curse stands a Red Cross nurse She's the rose of no-man's land Out in the heavenly splendour Down to the trail of woe God in his mercy has sent her Fearing the World below We call her Rose of Heaven We've longed to love her so.... There's a rose that grows in no-man's land And it's wonderful to see Though its sprayed with tears, it will live for years In my garden of memory It's the one red rose the soldier knows It's the work of the Master's hand 'Neath the War's great curse stands a Red Cross nurse She's the rose of no-man's land (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - June 2004)

    


International Lyrics Playground       Private Guitar Lessons in Connecticut!       Web Hosting with TotalChoice       Click and start earning!       Privacy Policy